More than a few lucky audiences have had the pleasure of experiencing The Outfit’s original Shakes-parody project Jester’s Dead this summer. On August 2, 2012 The New York Times took notice and recommended catching the final show of the season.
“This critically acclaimed exercise in action-packed parody has a simple, happy formula: the classic ’80s flick “Top Gun” as it might have been interpreted by William Shakespeare.” -Megan Angelo
Misfit Media garnered a few mentions in the media about The Outfit’s latest production of Jester’s Dead, a Shakespearian parody of the legendary film Top Gun. Best New York Comedy writes, “This show begins with a delightful concept…and then executes it with the joyful craft only a sharp, tight theatrical ensemble can create. Everyone in the cast is terrific.”